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Psychology Department

Jobs & Summer Internships

(Last Updated: 7/6/20)

NOTE: These opportunities are not approved for the internship requirement in the psychology major.  For more information about that requirement, please click here.

DISCLAIMER: Listed here are a variety of unsolicited job and internship position announcements outside Marist College, which have been received by the Psychology Department.  We are providing this information for any student who may be interested in exploring these opportunities.  The Psychology Department neither vets nor endorses these experiences.

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Summer Internships

 

Summer Internship: Computational Cognitive Development Lab at Rutgers University-Newark

The Computational Cognitive Development lab (PI: Dr. Elizabeth Bonawitz) at Rutgers-Newark is currently seeking summer interns interested in pursuing cognitive, computational, and developmental research opportunities. The internship will last 8 - 10 weeks, with a flexible start date (preferably early - mid June). This is a full-time, paid position. 

Interns will work directly on a specific project with senior graduate students or postdoctoral researchers looking at how infants, preschoolers, and school-age children learn. No experience in computational modeling is required, but interns will have the opportunity to learn more about this approach as well. Further information about our research group can be found on our website

To apply or inquire further, please contact Joseph Colantonio or Elise Mahaffey.
 

Summer Internship: Child Development Lab at the University of Maryland

The Child Development Lab at the University of Maryland, College Park, under the direction of Dr. Nathan Fox, is accepting applications for our annual Summer Internship Program. Our research explores individual differences in infant temperament and how these differences affect the trajectories of development of typical and atypical development. We use a number of brain imaging methods to study the neural correlates of infant temperament including EEG, fMRI, and fNIRS. For information about our current research, please see our lab website.

This internship will provide interns with the opportunity to work with graduate students and postdocs on both ongoing and new studies. Interns will be able to be involved with a wide range of activities over the course of the internship including recruiting participants, running experiments, analyzing data, and presenting results. 

Please note that we are a developmental lab and primarily work with infants, children and adolescents. The internship takes place at our lab at the University of Maryland College Park and runs full-time (40 hours per week) from May/June through August/September.

This position is unpaid; therefore, it is highly encouraged to apply for outside funding from one's own university, and we are happy to support these applications. 

Who can apply? The internship is open to all undergraduate students, those graduating in 2020, and recent college graduates. It is particularly suited for students considering graduate school in developmental psychology, clinical psychology, and/or developmental cognitive neuroscience.

To Apply: Fill out the online application.

For any questions regarding this application, please email the lab manager, Jamie Listokin (listokin@umd.edu).


Summer Internship: Family Involvement Laboratory at the University of Maryland, College Park

The Family Involvement Laboratory in the Human Development and Quantitative Methodology Department at UMCP is looking for interns for summer 2020! English-Spanish Bilingual students are encouraged to apply, although Spanish skills are not required. Research assistants may work on one of two active projects. 

Baby Books 2 is an NIH-funded intervention project led by Dr. Natasha Cabrera, which embeds educational information into baby books in order to support low-income, first-time mothers' and fathers' parenting practices and their children's development. Home visits are conducted with the families when children are 24-30 months old.

Everyday Learning Project is funded by NSF and looks at how 24-36 month-old children learn math and spatial skills by interacting with their mothers and fathers. During home visits, parents and kids will engage in various activities together and with the researchers.

To apply:

Please send an email to Marina Kerlow (marina.kerlow@gmail.com and babybooks2@gmail.com) describing your interest in this position. Please attach your resume/CV, unofficial transcript, & contact information for two references.

Please see the flyer and our website for more details.

 

Outside Employment Opportunities

Cognitive Neuroscience Research Assistant

Stanford University invites applications for a Cognitive Neuroscience Research Assistant in the Cognitive & Systems Neuroscience Laboratory (http://scsnl.stanford.edu). This is an exciting opportunity to work on brain imaging studies of cognitive function and dysfunction, cognitive development and learning disabilities. The successful candidate will participate in all aspects of research in the lab, including acquisition and analysis of functional and structural brain imaging data, assembling, administering and scoring neuropsychological assessments, screening and recruiting participants, obtaining informed consent, scheduling participants for testing, tracking progress of the study and behavioral data, verifying data and entering pertinent information into database for statistical analysis, conducting statistical analyses, and assisting with manuscript preparation. A minimum commitment of two years is required. Stanford offers a highly competitive salary with excellent health and retirement benefits. Please email a CV, a statement of research interests and career goals, and contact information for three references to scsnl.stanford+researchassistant@gmail.com. 

Qualifications

Requires a BS/BA degree in psychology, human biology, neuroscience, biomedical engineering or related fields as well as one to two years of research experience. A strong academic record is essential. Past research experience in cognitive neuroscience is highly desirable. Experience with any of the following would be an added advantage: brain imaging data acquisition, MRI data analysis, neuropsychological assessments, computer programming, MATLAB, signal processing, and statistical analysis. The candidate must have strong organizational and interpersonal skills; the ability to work well with children; a willingness to tackle complex tasks in an independent manner; and a strong work ethic.

 

Research Specialist: University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Elizabeth Brannon at The University of Pennsylvania is seeking a full-time paid research assistant to implement data collection with children for NSF and NICHD funded studies.  The research broadly involves studying young children’s numerical abilities.  The position requires knowledge of MatLab programming (or demonstrated ability to learn MatLab quickly), administering standardized tests and other assessments to children, and data analysis skills. The position requires working closely with postdoctoral and graduate students and supervising undergraduates.  Interested candidates should email a CV, cover letter indicating availability to start, and names of two references to nuwara@sas.upenn.edu

 

Clinical Research Assistant (Full-Time): Developmental Disorders and Genetics Research Program at Brown University & E.P. Bradley Hospital

The Developmental Disorders Genetics Research Program (DDGRP) at E.P. Bradley Hospital, a teaching hospital of the Alpert Medical School of Brown University, is seeking a Research Assistant to assist with clinical research studies of rare genetic and developmental disorders. These studies are part of the Hassenfeld Child Health Innovation Institute’s Autism Initiative and are led by Dr. Eric M. Morrow, MD, Ph.D.

Description: interview participants and/or families to gather information and obtain informed consent; maintenance of study records and tracking of study participants; data entry, reporting, and assistance with maintenance of database; and assistance with recruitment efforts. There are opportunities to participate in data analysis, submit poster presentations to conferences, and assist in preparation of manuscripts. The successful applicant would enter as part of a strong interdisciplinary team.

Requirements & Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in psychology, behavioral sciences, biology, neuroscience or related field
  • Courses in research methodologies and statistics preferred
  • Minimum 1-2 years of research experience (preferably in a clinical research setting)
  • Experience with computer-based data entry and proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Occasional evening and weekend work required for enrollment appointments
  • Experience and/or interest in working with individuals with autism or neurodevelopmental disorders
  • Proficiency with statistical analysis software (R, SPSS, etc.) is preferred

Interested applicants should send a cover letter and  CV/resume to Carrie Best, Project Coordinator, at CBest@lifespan.org
 

Lab Coordinator: The University of Iowa

The Developmental Psychopathology Lab at the University of Iowa (Director: Dr. Isaac Petersen) is looking for a full-time research lab coordinator to assist in research studies examining the mechanisms in the development of externalizing behavior problems (e.g., aggression, conduct problems), self-regulation, and school readiness in young children, with special emphasis on neural mechanisms (EEG/ERP). Responsibilities include participant recruitment and retention, scheduling, conducting batteries of neural and behavioral testing with children, data management and analysis, coordination of research assistants, and performing other research and administrative tasks as coordinator of the research team. Qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in psychology or a related discipline, substantial research or work experience with young children, and experience using software such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access. Experience with EEG/ERP is highly desirable but not required. Experience with computer software such as REDCap, R, and E-Prime is desirable but not required. The initial appointment will be for one year beginning in Summer 2020, with the possibility of renewal for a 2nd year depending on performance and available funding.

The ideal candidate would have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in psychology, neuroscience, public health, social work, or related discipline or an equivalent combination of education and progressively responsible experience.
  • Minimum of 6 months – 1 year of research experience working in a laboratory.
  • Ability to work 40 hours per week. Typically scheduled between 9am-5pm Monday through Friday but may be required to work outside these hours (early morning/evenings/weekends) for the purpose of working with participants.
  • Experience working with young children (2–7-years of age).
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills; ability to speak clearly enough to be understood by young children.
  • Attention to detail and high level of organization, especially for scheduling participants.
  • Able to work well with young children and their parents, and help them feel at ease. Able to handle situations when children get upset, able to quickly calm and soothe children.
  • Able to supervise undergraduate research assistants.
  • Capable of independent, self-directed work.
  • Database management and data entry skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including demonstrated experience with professional communication and conflict management.
  • Comfort with independently navigating resources to solve problems and learn new programs, materials, and techniques.

This is an hourly position, which does not include fringe benefits. The rate of pay is $18.48/hr. This position provides a fantastic preparation for future graduate and research careers. In addition to being a context for learning invaluable research skills, it offers opportunities for co-authorships on publications and presenting work at conferences.

Application Instructions:

Please click here to fill out the online application.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. There is no application deadline. The position will start in Summer 2020.

If you have questions, please contact: devpsy-lab@uiowa.edu.
 

Clinical Research Coordinator: University of Iowa

The new Neurodevelopment and Psychopathology (NaP) Lab (PI: Dr. Bengi Baran,) at the University of Iowa is looking for a clinical research coordinator to assist in research studies examining the role of sleep in the emergence of mental illness. The overarching goal of the NaP lab is to identify sleep-related targets for prevention and treatment of various psychopathologies including psychosis and anxiety, with a strong emphasis on neural mechanisms. The techniques employed include polysomnography (sleep electroencephalography), magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI, DTI, etc.) and event-related potentials. The research coordinator will work closely with the Principal Investigator, other lab staff, and collaborators on all aspects of the research projects. Primary responsibilities include managing multiple study protocols (participant recruitment, screening, scheduling and characterization of participants, conducting batteries of neural and behavioral testing), maintaining accurate records, and assisting with IRB applications. The position will start in September 2020 and a two-year commitment is required.

This is an excellent research opportunity for someone bound for graduate school in psychology, cognitive neuroscience, or medicine. In addition to the training in several neuroscience research methods, it offers opportunities for co-authorships on publications and presenting work at conferences.

The ideal candidate would have: 

  • Bachelor’s degree in psychology, neuroscience public health, social work, or related discipline.
  • Minimum of 1 year of research experience working in a laboratory.
  • Experience working with clinical populations especially individuals with mental illness or those at clinical high risk.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including demonstrated experience with professional communication and conflict management.
  • Ability to work 40 hours per week. Typically scheduled between 9am-5pm Monday through Friday but may be required to work outside these hours (early morning/evenings/weekends) for the purpose of working with participants during naps or overnight sleep.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Attention to detail and high level of organization, especially for scheduling participants.
  • Ability to supervise undergraduate research assistants.
  • Capable of independent, self-directed work.
  • Database management and data entry skills.
  • Comfort with independently navigating resources to solve problems and learn new programs, materials, and techniques.
  • Experience with MRI and/or EEG/ERP is highly desirable but not required. Experience with computer tools such as REDCap, SPSS, and E-Prime is desirable but not required. A background in psychology, statistics, and neuroscience is an asset. A mentored research project is encouraged.

Application Instructions

Please submit a cover letter, a resume, writing sample, college transcript (unofficial is fine) and contact information for three references to Bengi Baran (bbaran@mgh.harvard.edu).
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. There is no application deadline. The position will start Fall 2020.


Technical Research Coordinator: University of Iowa

The new Neurodevelopment and Psychopathology (NaP) Lab at the University of Iowa is looking for a technical research coordinator to assist in research studies examining the role of sleep in the emergence of mental illness. The overarching goal of the NaP lab is to identify sleep-related targets for prevention and treatment of various psychopathologies including psychosis and anxiety, with a strong emphasis on neural mechanisms. The techniques employed include polysomnography (sleep electroencephalography), magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI, DTI, etc.) and event-related potentials. The research coordinator will work closely with the Principal Investigator, other lab staff, and collaborators on all aspects of the research projects. Primary responsibilities include data management (cloud storage, preprocessing and analysis based on established pipelines) as well as setup and maintenance of lab equipment (e.g. EEG acquisition systems) and lab website. Secondary duties may include participant recruitment and retention, scheduling and conducting sleep EEG and MRI studies in adolescents and adults with various psychopathologies. The position will start in September 2020 and a two-year commitment is required.

This is an excellent research opportunity for someone bound for graduate school in cognitive neuroscience, psychology or medicine. In addition to training in several neuroscience research methods, the position offers opportunities for co-authorships on publications and presentations at conferences.

The ideal candidate would have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in neuroscience, psychology, engineering or a related discipline.
  • Minimum of 1 year of research experience working in a laboratory.
  • Strong quantitative abilities and substantial experience with Matlab and Linux/UNIX.
  • Database management and data entry skills.
  • Ability to work 40 hours per week. Typically scheduled between 9am-5pm Monday through Friday but may be required to work outside these hours (early morning/evenings/weekends) for the purpose of working with participants during naps or overnight sleep.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Attention to detail and high level of organization.
  • Ability to supervise undergraduate research assistants.
  • Capable of independent, self-directed work.
  • Comfort with independently navigating resources to solve problems and learn new programs, materials, and techniques.

Experience with MRI and/or EEG/ERP is highly desirable but not required. Experience with tools such as REDCap, SPSS, and E-Prime is desirable but not required. A background in neuroscience and statisticsis an asset. A mentored research project is encouraged.

Application Instructions:

Please submit a cover letter, resume, writing sample, college transcript (unofficial is fine) and contact information for three references to Bengi Baran (bbaran@mgh.harvard.edu).

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. There is no application deadline. The position will start Fall 2020.

Research Assistant: Temple Cognition & Learning Lab

The Temple Cognition & Learning Lab, directed by Dr. Elizabeth Gunderson, is hiring one full-time Research Assistant to start work by August 1, 2020. This position presents diverse opportunities to participate in cutting-edge developmental psychology research, and is funded by the National Science Foundation “Developing STEM Achievement and Motivation: The Role of Spatial Skills and Parent-Child Interactions” and by the James S McDonnell Foundation, “Developing Mathematical Skills and Motivation.” These projects will investigate the inter-relations between spatial and numerical thinking in childhood, how parent interactions influence the development of these cognitive skills, and how cognitive and motivational factors work together to influence children’s trajectories in STEM.

The Research Assistant will assist with multiple aspects of the research process, including stimulus design and creation, recruiting, scheduling, data collection, coding, analysis, grant administration, and training and supervising undergraduate researchers. The Research Assistant will present findings at collaborative lab meetings. In addition, the Research Assistant will organize and participate in outreach activities. Performs other duties as assigned.

This is a grant-funded position with a minimum expected commitment of two years, with the possibility of extension.

How to Apply

Please visit our website and search for job number: 20001094. AA, EOE, m/f/d/v.
 

Required Education & Experience

Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Human Development, Neuroscience, Education or a related field and at least 6 months of directly related experience. 


Required Skills & Abilities

  • Prior research experience in Psychology, Human Development, Neuroscience, Education or a related field.
  • Experience working with preschool or elementary-school-age children as a researcher or teacher.
  • Demonstrated computer skills and proficiency with MS Office suite or similar spreadsheet, database, word processing, and presentation software.
  • Experience with computer programming is preferred (e.g., JavaScript, Python, C++, Ruby, R).
  • Demonstrated experience with statistical software, such as SPSS, to complete quantitative and qualitative data analyses.
  • Demonstrated interpersonal, communication and collaborative skills.
  • Strong project management, organizational, and planning skills.
  • Some experience managing or monitoring the work of others.
  • Comfortable giving presentations to small groups.
  • Ability to travel to off-site locations that may not be accessible by public transportation.
  • Ability to work early mornings, evenings, and weekends to administer study protocols as necessary.

This is a grant funded position.
This position requires Child Abuse Certifications prior to the commencement of service.

Temple University values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity for all persons regardless of age, color, disability, ethnicity, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other status protected by law.

Compliance Statement: In the performance of their functions as detailed in the position description employees have an obligation to avoid ethical, legal, financial and other conflicts of interest to ensure that their actions and outside activities do not conflict with their primary employment responsibilities at the institution. Employees are also expected to understand and be in compliance with applicable laws, University and employment policies and regulations, including NCAA regulations for areas and departments which their essential functions cause them to interact.

To obtain additional information about Temple University please visit our website.


Research Specialist: University of South Carolina Early Social Development and Intervention Lab

The Early Social Development & Intervention (ESDI) Lab at the University of South Carolina is looking for a fulltime Research Specialist to assist with exciting NIH-funded research on early detection of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Using behavioral and eye-tracking experiments with infants, toddlers, and parents, research focuses on how early attention and motor systems influence the emergence of social communication and ASD red flags. The research specialist will work closely with the principal investigator, research staff, and graduate and undergraduate students on two longitudinal studies that follow infants from birth to two years of age. Responsibilities will include: participant recruitment, data collection and administration of experimental procedures (electrocardiogram, eye tracking, and behavioral  measures), administration of behavioral assessments, electrocardiogram and eye tracking data post-processing, data entry, data analysis, and dissemination of research findings. Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology or related field, strong interpersonal skills, and research experience with toddlers and children with and without developmental disabilities.

Please apply by sending a cover letter and CV to the ESDI Lab at esdilab@mailbox.sc.edu.


Research Partnership Manager Postion at the Character Lab

Character Lab, a Philadelphia-based nonprofit organization is looking to make an immediate hire for a Research Partnerships Manager position. In a nutshell, Character Lab is devoted to advancing scientific insights that help kids thrive. We were founded in 2012 by two educators (Dave Levin and Dominic Randolph) and one scientist (Angela Duckworth) who see character development as essential to helping all children thrive. We partner with middle and high schools as well as researchers to help significantly expedite the research-in-schools process, which is typically long and cumbersome. Those interested in learning more should visit our website.

The Research Partnerships Manager will work with our Director of Research Partnerships to support all aspects of the research process and will have direct contact with our partner researchers and school data teams (important note that this role does not involve the manager conducting their own research, but rather, facilitating the research of our partner scientists). Applicants should have prior research experience (and 5+ years of overall work experience), but it does not have to be an education-specific research experience.


English/Spanish Bilingual Research Assistant or Coordinator: BELLE & Video Interaction Project; NYU School of Medicine

We are seeking an English-Spanish bilingual candidate to join our team at the Department of Pediatrics at NYU Grossman School of Medicine. Our group, based at NYC H+H/Bellevue, delivers and studies parenting programs designed to improve child development outcomes in at-risk populations (led by PI Alan Mendelsohn, MD; videointeractionproject.org). The candidate will be responsible for research/project tasks and will work with a multidisciplinary team of pediatricians, psychologists, and others. Research takes place at NYC H+H/Bellevue and potentially at collaborating institutions, including in Flint, Michigan and/or Pittsburgh, PA.

Tasks:

  • Perform standardized developmental assessments of toddler, preschool, and school aged children’s cognitive and language development, and development of self-regulation
  • Conduct standardized, structured interviews with parents about a range of topics, including screens for depression and questions about their child’s development and behaviors
  • Engage in data entry, processing, coding, and transcribing; schedule/track visits with families, track incentives, maintain inventory of materials, and coordinate other operational aspects of study
  • Oversee volunteers, volunteer schedules, and volunteer training
  • Translate and back-translate of research-related documents
  • Conduct literature reviews; assistance with other research, programmatic, and operational tasks

For the Coordinator-level position (depending on position availability):

  • Coordinate research studies at NYC H+H/Bellevue that are looking at impacts of parent education programs on child development
  • Oversee ongoing research tasks across studies, such as video coding, transcription, data entry, data cleaning
  • Assist with study monitoring and reporting with the IRB, funding agencies, and other regulatory organizations.
  • Coordinate schedules, assist with onboarding, training, and supervision of study staff
  • Maintain, update, and develop databases and data organization systems
  • Coordinate with other staff and investigators at other study locations
  • Participate in and support research tasks such as writing abstracts for scientific conferences and grant support
  • Ensure accurate execution of research protocols in accordance with Good Clinical Practices, HIPAA and required obligations to patient/subject, Principal Investigator, research team and sponsor.

Requirements:

  • Coordinate research studies at NYC H+H/Bellevue that are looking at impacts of parent education programs on child development
  • Oversee ongoing research tasks across studies, such as video coding, transcription, data entry, data cleaning
  • Assist with study monitoring and reporting with the IRB, funding agencies, and other regulatory organizations.
  • Coordinate schedules, assist with onboarding, training, and supervision of study staff
  • Maintain, update, and develop databases and data organization systems
  • Coordinate with other staff and investigators at other study locations
  • Participate in and support research tasks such as writing abstracts for scientific conferences and grant support
  • Ensure accurate execution of research protocols in accordance with Good Clinical Practices, HIPAA and required obligations to patient/subject, Principal Investigator, research team and sponsor.

To apply: If interested, please fill out an online interest form.

If you have any questions or require additional assistance, please reach out to Yuliya Gurevich via email.  Please include "BELLE Job Application" in the subject line.

A verbal 1- to 2-year commitment is required. Full time positions come with comprehensive benefits packages. Note that NYU Langone Health is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer committed to diversity and inclusion in all aspects of recruiting and employment. All qualified individuals are encouraged to apply.


Research Assistant: University of California, Davis

Dr. Cameron Carter's Translational Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience (TCAN) laboratory at the University of California, Davis invites applications for qualified candidates to fill an available Junior Specialist (research assistant) position for the Pathophysiologically Informed Biomarkers for Treatment Response In Psychosis (PIB) study at the UC Davis Medical Center. Our research focuses primarily on studying the neural mechanisms of cognitive dysfunction in psychotic illness with additional interests in neuroimmune models of psychosis and mental health services research. The goal of this study is to examine the ability of three non-mutually exclusive pathophysiologically based biomarkers to predict treatment response in individuals with recent onset psychosis. The incumbent will gain experience using technical, clinical, and study coordination skills. For more information about the position, click here. Please complete the application here. Applications can only be accepted via the UC Davis Recruit website. Positions have a one year appointment with an additional year based on performance, and we strongly consider applicants who are able to consider a two year commitment. For full consideration, applicants must apply by midnight on July 13, 2020. For any additional questions about the position, please contact Praveena Singh


Two Research Assistant Positions Available: PINE Lab at Northeastern University

The Plasticity in Neurodevelopment (PINE) Lab at Northeastern University has two openings for RA positions for recent university graduates.  These positions are part of a larger project funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation examining early brain biomarkers of healthy/at-risk development in global contexts of adversity on several large, existing developmental datasets. These are mentored research-focused RA positions (rather than lab management), with the opportunity for first-authorship on publications stemming from this project. These positions may serve as a launching pad to graduate studies. The RAs will also be able to connect with an interdisciplinary network of scientists through participation in the Gates Foundation Neuroimaging Consortium and the Center for Cognitive and Brain Health at Northeastern University. I encourage applications from members of under-represented groups in science. A one- or two-year commitment is possible, beginning August or September 2020 (remote start possible).

Position 1: focuses on EEG signal processing methods and software development (building new functionality for our HAPPE software).

Primary Responsibilities: (1) software code development, (2) EEG signal processing methods research with mentored supervision, (3) assisting with manuscript preparation, (4) data management and quality control (4) working respectfully and cohesively with others in our lab, center, and consortium.

Basic Qualifications: (1) Proficiency in Matlab and/or Python (2) background in neuroscience, electrical or computer engineering, computer science, or a related field; (3) excellent organizational and communication skills


Position 2: focuses on using EEG measures in the first years of life to predict later language and cognitive development in the context of early adversity 

Primary Responsibilities: (1) EEG neuroimaging analyses with mentored supervision (2) manuscript preparation, (3) data management and quality control (4) working respectfully and cohesively with others in our lab, center, and consortium.

Basic Qualifications: (1) background in developmental psychology, neuroscience, public health, or a related field; (2) excellent organizational and communication skills

Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to l.gabard-durnam@northeastern.edu.